Rye bread decreases postprandial insulin response but does not alter glucose response in healthy Finnish subjects

@article{Leinonen1999RyeBD,
  title={Rye bread decreases postprandial insulin response but does not alter glucose response in healthy Finnish subjects},
  author={K S Leinonen and K Liukkonen and Kaisa S. Poutanen and M I J Uusitupa and Hannu M. Mykk{\"a}nen},
  journal={European Journal of Clinical Nutrition},
  year={1999},
  volume={53},
  pages={262-267}
}
Objective: To compare if postprandial glucose and insulin responses to wholekernel rye bread are lower than to wheat bread, and to see if these responses to two types of rye breads are different. To explore starch digestion in more detail, rate of starch hydrolysis of same breads was measured in vitro.Design: Subjects were given test breads (43–61 g available carbohydrates by analysis) with standardized breakfast in a random order after a fast. Eight postprandial blood samples were collected… CONTINUE READING

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